2023 Presidency: ADC to unveil running-mate on Wednesday

By Charles Onyekwere

High Chief Anayo Arinze, National coordinator, electoral matters and Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) liaison, African Democratic Congress (ADC), has disclosed that Mr Dumebi Kachikwu’s running-mate will be unveiled on Wednesday.

Speaking at a stockholders meeting in Awka the Anambra State capital at the weekend, he said nobody can take away ADC as the third force and the major alternative in Nigeria.

“A month ago, ADC conducted the most credible, free and fair presidential primary election in Nigeria despite the fact that we had twelve presidential aspirants.

“The presidential primary election which produced a youth, Mr Dumebi Kachikwu, throw ADC up as the most credible alternative to the other two political parties which have misruled or mismanaged the affairs of Nigeria in the past 23 years.

“Since the registration of our party in 2006, we had always produced the best presidential candidate that would have transformed Nigeria into a global superpower starting from Prof. Pat Utomi to the late Dr Obediah Mailafi, the former deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

“For the 2023 presidential election, we have presented to Nigerians another great thinker, technocrat and highly successful businessman, builder and entrepreneur, Mr Dumebi Kachikwu.

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Arinze urged ADC members to re-enact their zeal, commitment and patriotism towards the party and its candidates.

“We must give our candidates unalloyed or unflinching support. They need us extensively because we are to form the team of campaign coordinators at the state, local government, wards and even form polling unit’s agents.

“Now that ADC is at the verge of winning major electoral victories in 2023, I implore all of you to stick with the party. Shun anti-party activities and focus on ADC campaigns. Let us work to deliver Mr Dumebi Kachikwu and our great party.

He added that the party is matching to take over Rock in 2023 because there is no polling unit on social media. “We didn’t start structuring because of the 2023 general election. We are not afraid because we know where we belong.

According to him, two weeks after the ADC primary election, “we set up a reconciliation committee with three of the presidential aspirants as members and the aggrieved members have been reached out to”.

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